Saturday, 21 August 2010
Neil Channing is at his entertaining best as he slowly but surely eeks out chips.
Channing started the day short stacked and was down to just under 14,000 chips at one stage. He finds himself approaching 55,000 now as he uses his image to great effect. After betting in to one pot his opponent folded "because you are famous". The very next hand he raised from the under the gun and as Joeri Zandliet thought about a re-raise Channing warned ,with a smile , "rememeber what happened last time , it wont be happening again , I have decided my experiment with weak tight play is over". When the table was asked how Channing had won his chips no one seemed to remember , cementing the idea that Channing is using his image , and not his cards , to get his chips. His ambition , announced with a wide grin , to "min cash" may come to fruition if this continues.
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